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                      1. Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Holes
                        Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Holes
                        Judith Holbrook
                        DGP Publishing / Trade Paperback
                        $6.95
                        Availability: Expected to ship on or about 08/19/17.
                        Stock No: WW388110

                      A wide vocabulary is critical for good reading comprehension, higher-level writing skills, and high standardized test placement. Multiple-choice vocabulary lessons often don't give students the skills they need to figure out words in context; however, Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach is a literature-based series that actively engages students in the learning process.

                      In each book, students begin with 10-20 vocabulary words (taken from the literature) that they're likely to encounter in other contexts. Before reading the book, students take a pretest and record the results in "Word Logs," which require figuring out meanings from context, using a dictionary, and other reading skills. Students will also study the root words, prefixes, and suffixes of each new word. A variety of reinforcement activities are included; students conclude with a post-test.

                      This workbook is designed be used alongside the book "Holes" by Louis Sachar, which is not included and must be obtained separately. Designed for the elementary grades 1-5; these workbooks can be utilized with guided or independent reading.

                          1. Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Mr. Popper's Penguins
                            Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Mr. Popper's Penguins
                            Judith Holbrook
                            DGP Publishing / Trade Paperback
                            $6.49 Retail: $6.95 Save 7% ($0.46)
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                            Stock No: WW388114

                          A wide vocabulary is critical for good reading comprehension, higher-level writing skills, and high standardized test placement. Multiple-choice vocabulary lessons often don't give students the skills they need to figure out words in context; however, Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach is a literature-based series that actively engages students in the learning process.

                          In each book, students begin with 10-20 vocabulary words (taken from the literature) that they're likely to encounter in other contexts. Before reading the book, students take a pretest and record the results in "Word Logs," which require figuring out meanings from context, using a dictionary, and other reading skills. Students will also study the root words, prefixes, and suffixes of each new word. A variety of reinforcement activities are included; students conclude with a post-test.

                          This workbook is designed be used alongside the book "Mr. Popper's Penguins" by Richard and Florence Atwater, which is not included and must be obtained separately. Designed for the elementary grades 1-5; these workbooks can be utilized with guided or independent reading.

                              1. Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Sarah, Plain and Tall
                                Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Sarah, Plain and Tall
                                Judith Holbrook
                                DGP Publishing / Trade Paperback
                                $6.49 Retail: $6.95 Save 7% ($0.46)
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                                Stock No: WW388118

                              A wide vocabulary is critical for good reading comprehension, higher-level writing skills, and high standardized test placement. Multiple-choice vocabulary lessons often don't give students the skills they need to figure out words in context; however, Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach is a literature-based series that actively engages students in the learning process.

                              In each book, students begin with 10-20 vocabulary words (taken from the literature) that they're likely to encounter in other contexts. Before reading the book, students take a pretest and record the results in "Word Logs," which require figuring out meanings from context, using a dictionary, and other reading skills. Students will also study the root words, prefixes, and suffixes of each new word. A variety of reinforcement activities are included; students conclude with a post-test.

                              This workbook is designed be used alongside the book "Sarah, Plain and Tall" by Patricia MacLachlan, which is not included and must be obtained separately. Designed for the elementary grades 1-5; these workbooks can be utilized with guided or independent reading.

                              1. Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Sign of the Beaver
                                Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Sign of the Beaver
                                Judith Holbrook
                                DGP Publishing / Trade Paperback
                                $6.95
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                                Stock No: WW388120

                              A wide vocabulary is critical for good reading comprehension, higher-level writing skills, and high standardized test placement. Multiple-choice vocabulary lessons often don't give students the skills they need to figure out words in context; however, Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach is a literature-based series that actively engages students in the learning process.

                              In each book, students begin with 10-20 vocabulary words (taken from the literature) that they're likely to encounter in other contexts. Before reading the book, students take a pretest and record the results in "Word Logs," which require figuring out meanings from context, using a dictionary, and other reading skills. Students will also study the root words, prefixes, and suffixes of each new word. A variety of reinforcement activities are included; students conclude with a post-test.

                              This workbook is designed be used alongside the book "The Sign of the Beaver" by Elizabeth George Speare, which is not included and must be obtained separately. Designed for the elementary grades 1-5; these workbooks can be utilized with guided or independent reading.

                              1. Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Stone Fox
                                Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Stone Fox
                                Judith Holbrook
                                DGP Publishing / Trade Paperback
                                $6.49 Retail: $6.95 Save 7% ($0.46)
                                Availability: In Stock
                                Stock No: WW388121

                              A wide vocabulary is critical for good reading comprehension, higher-level writing skills, and high standardized test placement. Multiple-choice vocabulary lessons often don't give students the skills they need to figure out words in context; however, Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach is a literature-based series that actively engages students in the learning process.

                              In each book, students begin with 10-20 vocabulary words (taken from the literature) that they're likely to encounter in other contexts. Before reading the book, students take a pretest and record the results in "Word Logs," which require figuring out meanings from context, using a dictionary, and other reading skills. Students will also study the root words, prefixes, and suffixes of each new word. A variety of reinforcement activities are included; students conclude with a post-test.

                              This workbook is designed be used alongside the book "Stone Fox" by Virginia Hamilton, which is not included and must be obtained separately. Designed for the elementary grades 1-5; these workbooks can be utilized with guided or independent reading.

                              1. Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Stuart Little
                                Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Stuart Little
                                Judith Holbrook
                                DGP Publishing / Trade Paperback
                                $5.99 Retail: $6.95 Save 14% ($0.96)
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                                Stock No: WW388122

                              A wide vocabulary is critical for good reading comprehension, higher-level writing skills, and high standardized test placement. Multiple-choice vocabulary lessons often don't give students the skills they need to figure out words in context; however, Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach is a literature-based series that actively engages students in the learning process.

                              In each book, students begin with 10-20 vocabulary words (taken from the literature) that they're likely to encounter in other contexts. Before reading the book, students take a pretest and record the results in "Word Logs," which require figuring out meanings from context, using a dictionary, and other reading skills. Students will also study the root words, prefixes, and suffixes of each new word. A variety of reinforcement activities are included; students conclude with a post-test.

                              This workbook is designed be used alongside the book "Stuart Little" by E. B. White, which is not included and must be obtained separately. Designed for the elementary grades 1-5; these workbooks can be utilized with guided or independent reading.

                              1. Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
                                Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
                                Judith Holbrook
                                DGP Publishing / Trade Paperback
                                $6.49 Retail: $6.95 Save 7% ($0.46)
                                Availability: In Stock
                                Stock No: WW388125

                              A wide vocabulary is critical for good reading comprehension, higher-level writing skills, and high standardized test placement. Multiple-choice vocabulary lessons often don't give students the skills they need to figure out words in context; however, Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach is a literature-based series that actively engages students in the learning process.

                              In each book, students begin with 10-20 vocabulary words (taken from the literature) that they're likely to encounter in other contexts. Before reading the book, students take a pretest and record the results in "Word Logs," which require figuring out meanings from context, using a dictionary, and other reading skills. Students will also study the root words, prefixes, and suffixes of each new word. A variety of reinforcement activities are included; students conclude with a post-test.

                              This workbook is designed be used alongside the book "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing" by Judy Blume, which is not included and must be obtained separately. Designed for the elementary grades 1-5; these workbooks can be utilized with guided or independent reading.

                                  1. Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with The Trumpet of the Swan
                                    Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with The Trumpet of the Swan
                                    Judith Holbrook
                                    DGP Publishing / Trade Paperback
                                    $6.95
                                    Availability: Expected to ship on or about 08/19/17.
                                    Stock No: WW388129

                                  A wide vocabulary is critical for good reading comprehension, higher-level writing skills, and high standardized test placement. Multiple-choice vocabulary lessons often don't give students the skills they need to figure out words in context; however, Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach is a literature-based series that actively engages students in the learning process.

                                  In each book, students begin with 10-20 vocabulary words (taken from the literature) that they're likely to encounter in other contexts. Before reading the book, students take a pretest and record the results in "Word Logs," which require figuring out meanings from context, using a dictionary, and other reading skills. Students will also study the root words, prefixes, and suffixes of each new word. A variety of reinforcement activities are included; students conclude with a post-test.

                                  This workbook is designed be used alongside the book "The Trumpet of the Swan" by E. B. White, which is not included and must be obtained separately. Designed for the elementary grades 1-5; these workbooks can be utilized with guided or independent reading.

                                  1. Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Twenty and Ten
                                    Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Twenty and Ten
                                    Judith Holbrook
                                    DGP Publishing / Trade Paperback
                                    $6.49 Retail: $6.95 Save 7% ($0.46)
                                    Availability: In Stock
                                    Stock No: WW388130

                                  A wide vocabulary is critical for good reading comprehension, higher-level writing skills, and high standardized test placement. Multiple-choice vocabulary lessons often don't give students the skills they need to figure out words in context; however, Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach is a literature-based series that actively engages students in the learning process.

                                  In each book, students begin with 10-20 vocabulary words (taken from the literature) that they're likely to encounter in other contexts. Before reading the book, students take a pretest and record the results in "Word Logs," which require figuring out meanings from context, using a dictionary, and other reading skills. Students will also study the root words, prefixes, and suffixes of each new word. A variety of reinforcement activities are included; students conclude with a post-test.

                                  This workbook is designed be used alongside the book "Twenty and Ten" by Claire Huchet Bishop, which is not included and must be obtained separately. Designed for the elementary grades 1-5; these workbooks can be utilized with guided or independent reading.

                                    1. Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Where the Red Fern Grows
                                      Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with Where the Red Fern Grows
                                      Judith Holbrook
                                      DGP Publishing / Trade Paperback
                                      $6.49 Retail: $6.95 Save 7% ($0.46)
                                      Availability: In Stock
                                      Stock No: WW388132

                                    A wide vocabulary is critical for good reading comprehension, higher-level writing skills, and high standardized test placement. Multiple-choice vocabulary lessons often don't give students the skills they need to figure out words in context; however, Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach is a literature-based series that actively engages students in the learning process.

                                    In each book, students begin with 10-20 vocabulary words (taken from the literature) that they're likely to encounter in other contexts. Before reading the book, students take a pretest and record the results in "Word Logs," which require figuring out meanings from context, using a dictionary, and other reading skills. Students will also study the root words, prefixes, and suffixes of each new word. A variety of reinforcement activities are included; students conclude with a post-test.

                                    This workbook is designed be used alongside the book "Where the Red Fern Grows" by Wilson Rawls, which is not included and must be obtained separately. Designed for the elementary grades 1-5; these workbooks can be utilized with guided or independent reading.

                                    1. Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with The Whipping Boy
                                      Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach for use with The Whipping Boy
                                      Judith Holbrook
                                      DGP Publishing / Trade Paperback
                                      $6.49 Retail: $6.95 Save 7% ($0.46)
                                      Availability: In Stock
                                      Stock No: WW388134

                                    A wide vocabulary is critical for good reading comprehension, higher-level writing skills, and high standardized test placement. Multiple-choice vocabulary lessons often don't give students the skills they need to figure out words in context; however, Vocabulary: An Elementary Approach is a literature-based series that actively engages students in the learning process.

                                    In each book, students begin with 10-20 vocabulary words (taken from the literature) that they're likely to encounter in other contexts. Before reading the book, students take a pretest and record the results in "Word Logs," which require figuring out meanings from context, using a dictionary, and other reading skills. Students will also study the root words, prefixes, and suffixes of each new word. A variety of reinforcement activities are included; students conclude with a post-test.

                                    This workbook is designed be used alongside the book "The Whipping Boy" by Sid Fleischman, which is not included and must be obtained separately. Designed for the elementary grades 1-5; these workbooks can be utilized with guided or independent reading.